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EPS students sing, dance and act at Art Festival

Everett Public Schools students showed off their wide array of talent from dance, theater to music during Monday’s Art Festival at Glendale Park.

Gay Straight Alliance members Star Fernandes, at left, with Bella Paradis, displayed an integration piece of artwork during Monday’s Everett Public Schools art festival at Glendale Park.
The art and music department teachers put on the festival.
Everett High School rock band Euphorix performed “Yellow” by Coldplay.
District Family Liaisons Yrma Fiestan and Brixy Reyes, at right, took part in a photo booth.
Everett High School Crimson All Stars performed a hip hop routine. The dance club members are: Clarice Alexis, Ritchelmia Auguste, Jasmine Barbara Vertilus, Simran Tamang, Tessa Lucarotti, Laury Darius, Abitchaelle Medilme, Elivia Bennett, Kamburly Evora, Gerniah Boyce, Maria Luiza Medeiros, Layla Sanchez, Daniela Arias, and Berlens Beaubrun. The team is coached by Taylor Cocco.
George Keverian Elementary School art teacher Q. Morra displayed trading art cards that students made.
Pictured from left to right: Euphorix band members from Everett High School: Amanda Alonzo (bass/vocals), Elias Vargas (drums), Andrew Mancia (guitar) and Atlan Linford (piano).
Freshman piano soloist Ruben Dantas onstage.
George Keverian School Drama Club members performed “Oh The Things You Can Think” by Seussical The Musical.
Everett High School senior Carl Durnham served as emcee.
Keverian School students did a call and response for Durnham’s jokes.
Keverian students performed their Dr. Seuss skit.
Keverian School Drama Club ensemble.
Everett High School Crimson All Stars performed a hip hop routine.

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